Bones break, blood boils and bodies morph as the dingo howls deep into the night. Always watching, the wedge-tailed eagle carries generational knowledge on its wingspan. A colony of jittery ants explore new terrain, peering into every nook and cranny. And the Lyre, bird imitating art? Or appropriating its true purpose. Can you relate?

Come in, grab a biccy and a cuppa. All shapes and kinds are accepted here, this is a safe space and not your usual support group.

Through Karul’s signature sharp movement, combined with text, song, and projections, they challenge what you think you know about shapeshifting.

If you’re ready to join the support group, wear your animal loud and proud. Dress in your fur, fleece or feathers; your beaks, claws or tails. All animal outfits are welcome whether it be cloaks, coats, make up, or masks.

Technical Rating
A, B

Karul Projects is a performing arts company sharing stories of cultural relevance, Indigenous knowledge and responsibility in Australia’s current and future identity. Karul is a Yugambeh word meaning ‘everything’. Named so because Karul Projects will do everything we can to strengthen and empower the cultural knowledge of this land so future generations can continue to learn and enjoy Aboriginal Australia’s rich heritage. Though Karul Projects mainly identify with dance and choreography, we will utilise every medium we feel best suits the story we are sharing.

Karul Projects has developed and toured work nationally and internationally, including presentations at Next Wave in Melbourne, Australian Performing Arts Market in Brisbane, Dance Massive and Living Ritual in Canada. Karul Projects’ vision is to have a repertoire of works in various stages of development and presentation, for engagement across various markets including locally throughout QLD and Northern NSW, nationally across Australia and internationally. Karul Projects present their work as a beacon to promote and cultivate independent Indigenous dance and activate local communities.

Karul Projects’ are engaging BlakDance, the peak body for Indigenous Dance in Australia, as their Producer for a national tour of [MIS]CONCEIVE, along with rigorous support from arTour.

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